July 4th, University College London 9.30am–5.30pm
The continued growth of the biopharmaceutical industry is being challenged by a greater number and variety of products than in the past. The industry is also increasingly concerned with the affordability of these products. These key factors means process intensification has become a critical objective. The goal is higher productivity processes to enable small process trains, resulting in cost-effective, lean, and agile manufacturing facilities. The symposium assembles 8 leaders from the biopharmaceutical industry and academia (programme at the end of this form) who will present their latest findings and opinions on the subject. By bringing together scientists and engineers from academia and industry who are actively engaged in bioprocess intensification the event will provide forum for lively debate.

* 1. First name

* 2. Surname

* 3. Company / University

* 4. Email address

* 5. Position (e.g. professor, PDRA etc)

* 6. Area(s) of expertise

* 7. Do you have any dietary or other special requirements?

* 8. Please confirm you are a member of BioProNET (join at http://biopronetuk.org/join/)

*** You will not receive an acknowledgement from this system*** but you will be contacted before the event
The meting is free to attend but you will be responsible for your own travel (unless agreed with by the organisers)
For questions about the meeting please contact Dan Bracewell 
The programme: http://biopronetuk.org/wp-content/uploads/BioProNET-Bioprocess-Intensification-Symposium-v3.pdf
Directions: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/jz-young-lt


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